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Dec 18, 2012 5:00pm EST
american journalist relieved after being held hostage in syria speaks out about his ordeal. >> at ahead the traditional teaching methods don't work for everybody. how a local high school is redefining what a classroom looks like. >> but up next new stories of survival and heroism in the wake of the newtown school tragedy. hear from an 8-year-old boy who helped comfort his classmating during the ordeal. we'll be right back. >>> you never know who's going to step up and be a leader when there's a crisis. in the middle of all that fear and chaos friday, in newtown, connecticut. there was an 8-year-old boy up there offering words of comfort to his classmates. >> after much debate about if and when we hear at 9news now should air interviews from the young survivors luke santana's story is just too riveting not to share with you. jim axelrod talks to him and his family. >> reporter: last friday began as a normal day for luke santana and his third grade classmates at sandy hook elementary. but things got scary pretty quickly. >> there were about to announce something on the speaker and w
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